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#747 6 years 3 months ago
Hello and further info

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Hi all,
It was great to see the setup at ICCF18. I mentioned when chatting to one of your gents that when using type K thermocouples you can find the dreaded green rot occurring on the thermocouple junction and wire.
There are sites that explain it a little however I'd recommend moving to a different thermocouple type or at least test for thermocouple drift.
I'm happy to discuss sensor technologies and replacements if you need any help.

Keep up the good work.

Dave
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#756 6 years 3 months ago
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Thanks Dave,

The best person to discuss this with is probably Matheiu, send an email using the green "+" and we will hook you up.

Bob
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#758 6 years 3 months ago
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Hi Bob,
Was good to meet you last week (seems like forever ago).
Who were the people on the stand? I have a brief chat to the younger gent and both the ladies on the stand?

Dave
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#759 6 years 3 months ago
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We are not using external temperature monitoring to calculate the excess heat.
But it will be interesting to compare these thermocouple placed inside hydrogen with another identical thermocouple that was not immersed in such gas.
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#760 6 years 3 months ago
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It's just something to bear in mind that any sensors not designed for a reducing atmosphere such as type k and stainless steel shrouded sensors will eventually see their temperatures drift as they are attacked by hydrogen. An aluminium oxide sheathed platinum sensor would work, as would a different chemistry thermocouple. Even if it is just being used to set the temperature of the wires you'd see a drift over time.

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David
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